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The Muslim holy month of Ramadan begins

The Muslim holy month of Ramadan begins

For most of the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims, dawn on Thursday 18 marks the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan.

18/06/2015 Saa 09:28:53
Two Catholic US bishops resign in child sex abuse scandal

Two Catholic US bishops resign in child sex abuse scandal

Pope Francis on Monday accepted the resignation of two U.S. bishops on Monday, 10 days after a Minnesota prosecutor filed criminal charges against their diocese for failing to protect children from a sexually abusive priest.

16/06/2015 Saa 10:34:14
The Promises Of God Do Not Extend To Those Who Choose To Live As Rebels

The Promises Of God Do Not Extend To Those Who Choose To Live As Rebels

For this is the will of God, that by doing good you should put to silence the ignorance of foolish people (1 Peter 2:15)

13/06/2015 Saa 11:45:22
Pope Francis Confirms Trip To Uganda in November

Pope Francis Confirms Trip To Uganda in November

Pope Francis said yesterday that he is planning to travel to Africa in November, specifically to the Central African Republic, Uganda, and possibly Kenya.

13/06/2015 Saa 11:40:20
How Do I Know God Loves Me If I Am Suffering So Much?

How Do I Know God Loves Me If I Am Suffering So Much?

How do I know God loves me when I keep suffering and the pain never seems to stop?

9/06/2015 Saa 11:48:57
Pope encourages reconciliation

Pope encourages reconciliation

Pope Francis has arrived in Sarajevo on a one-day visit to encourage Bosnia’s dwindling number of Catholics to stay and help forge a peaceful future with Muslims and Orthodox Christians following the devastating three-way war of the 1990s.

6/06/2015 Saa 10:23:20
Rwandan pilgrims to attend Martyrs Day in Kampala

Rwandan pilgrims to attend Martyrs Day in Kampala

Rwandan pilgrims from the Roman Catholic and Anglican churches will attend Uganda Martyrs Day celebrations at Namugongo shrine in Kampala tomorrow.

2/06/2015 Saa 11:26:34
Uganda Martyrs' commemoration kicks off

Uganda Martyrs’ commemoration kicks off

Hundreds of Christians Tuesday converged at the Uganda Martyrs’ shrine at Munyonyo in honour of St Andrea Kaggwa, one of the 22 Uganda Martyrs killed on the orders of Kabaka Mwanga for refusing to denounce the Catholic faith.

27/05/2015 Saa 08:59:00
The Pope says he hasn't watched TV since 1990

The Pope says he hasn’t watched TV since 1990

Pope Francis has claimed to have not watched television for 25 years. He told the Argentinean newspaper La Voz del Pueblo that TV is “not for me”.

26/05/2015 Saa 11:42:53
Mother Teresa 'to be canonised in 2016'

Mother Teresa ’to be canonised in 2016’

VATICAN CITY - Mother Teresa of Calcutta’s elevation to sainthood has been set for September 2016, according to a top Catholic cleric.

19/05/2015 Saa 18:13:24
Pope Francis canonises two Palestinian nuns

Pope Francis canonises two Palestinian nuns

Pope Francis on Sunday canonised two Palestinian nuns who lived during the 19th century, amid a show of support for the occupied territories and a renewed interest in restarting peace talks with Israel.

17/05/2015 Saa 14:56:14
How Was Jesus’ Death Different From Others?

How Was Jesus’ Death Different From Others?

“The claim of resurrection is vital to Christianity. If Christ has been raised from the dead by God, then He has the credentials and certification that no other religious leader possesses…” (R. C. Sproul, Theologian) All other religious leaders are dead, but according to Christianity, Christ is alive.

17/05/2015 Saa 10:22:13
Pope: God will judge you on whether you cared for Earth

Pope: God will judge you on whether you cared for Earth

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis warned the rich and powerful on Tuesday that God will judge them on whether they fed the poor and cared for the Earth, his latest exhortation on the environment ahead of his eagerly-awaited encyclical on climate change and its effects on the world’s most vulnerable.

13/05/2015 Saa 16:16:24
Learning Islam from an Unusual Source: A Retired Catholic Archbishop

Learning Islam from an Unusual Source: A Retired Catholic Archbishop

In an age when one might expect christians to avoid the teachings of Islam Through the Quran,Michael Fitgerald, Retired Catholic Archbishop of Tunisia,Not only Studies it,but teaches it to others.

3/05/2015 Saa 12:55:25
'I Met Whitney Houston, Gaddafi In Hell & They Gave Me Messages' - Woman Narrates Her 2nd Visit To Hell

’I Met Whitney Houston, Gaddafi In Hell & They Gave Me Messages’ - Woman Narrates Her 2nd Visit To Hell

A Sierra Leonean woman, Linda Kumba Isatu Ngaujah, claims to have died on Friday, February 15, 2013 and went to hell where she had encounters with demons and the Devil (Satan). She also visited heaven and had a divine encounter with Jesus Christ. She came back with specific messages from Gaddafi, Whitney Houston and former President of Guinea, Lansana Conte. She was also sent back with specific warnings from Jesus Christ to popular Ministers of the Gospel in Sierra Leone and Nigeria. Read her testimony below:

22/04/2015 Saa 12:22:00
Pope Stops Investigating the Good Sisters

Pope Stops Investigating the Good Sisters

The Vatican’s misguided investigation of American Catholic nuns seemed thoroughly steeped in chauvinism from its inception three years ago by the church’s male-dominated bureaucracy.

18/04/2015 Saa 15:01:34
You’re like a burning stick pulled out of the fire

You’re like a burning stick pulled out of the fire

Then the Lord showed me the high priest Jeshua. He was standing in front of the angel of the Lord. Satan was standing to the right of Jeshua. He was there to bring charges against the high priest. The Lord said to Satan, “May the Lord correct you! He has chosen Jerusalem. So may he correct you! Isn’t this man Jeshua like a burning stick pulled out of the fire?” Jeshua stood in front of the angel. He was wearing clothes that were very dirty. The angel spoke to those who were standing near him. He said, “Take his dirty clothes off.” He said to Jeshua, “I have taken your sin away. I will put fine clothes on you.” I added, “Put a clean turban on his head.” So they did. And they dressed him while the angel of the Lord stood by. Then the angel spoke to Jeshua. He said, “The Lord who rules over all says, ‘You must live the way I want you to. And you must do what I want you to do. Then you will rule in my temple. You will be in charge of my courtyards. And I will give you a place among these who are standing here. “‘High priest Jeshua, pay attention! I want you other priests who are sitting with Jeshua to listen also. All of you men are signs of things to come. I am going to bring my servant the Branch. (Zechariah 3: 1-8)

13/04/2015 Saa 09:43:48
Pope Francis To World: Don't Ignore The Killing Of Christians

Pope Francis To World: Don’t Ignore The Killing Of Christians

Pope Francis on Monday again pressed the international community to do something about the killing of Christians in several parts of the world and not "look the other way."

6/04/2015 Saa 19:47:04

"Why does God allow us to go through trials and tribulations?"

One of the most difficult parts of the Christian life is the fact that becoming a disciple of Christ does not make us immune to life’s trials and tribulations. Why would a good and loving God allow us to go through such things as the death of a child, disease and injury to ourselves and our loved ones, financial hardships, worry and fear? Surely, if He loved us, He would take all these things away from us. After all, doesn’t loving us mean He wants our lives to be easy and comfortable? Well, no, it doesn’t.

6/04/2015 Saa 19:31:55
The World Is Getting More Religious

The World Is Getting More Religious

Christians and Muslims are expected make up nearly equal shares of the global population by 2050 for the first time.

3/04/2015 Saa 10:56:39
Good Friday: Devotees in the Philippines are set to nail themselves to crosses and whip their backs

Good Friday: Devotees in the Philippines are set to nail themselves to crosses and whip their backs

Devotees in the fervently Catholic Philippines marked Good Friday by being nailed to crosses and whipping their backs bloody, in extreme acts of devotion that attracted thousands of spectators.

3/04/2015 Saa 09:48:35
Why Christians Celebrate Palm Sunday

Why Christians Celebrate Palm Sunday

It’s the day Jesus entered Jerusalem before the Crucifixion

28/03/2015 Saa 19:22:49
How Does “Biblical Authority” Affect Your Everyday Life?

How Does “Biblical Authority” Affect Your Everyday Life?

It is one thing to talk about the authority of Scripture, but far more important to obey what God says.

As James says, “But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves” (1:22).

22/03/2015 Saa 12:56:23
Pope Francis hints at 'brief' papacy

Pope Francis hints at ’brief’ papacy

Pope Francis has suggested he may resign his papacy like his predecessor, rather than remain at the Vatican for life.

17/03/2015 Saa 19:05:30
Jesus' House Discovered - 1st-Century Structure May Be Where He Grew Up

Jesus’ House Discovered - 1st-Century Structure May Be Where He Grew Up

Archaeologists working in Nazareth — Jesus’ hometown — in modern-day Israel have identified a house dating to the first century that was regarded as the place where Jesus was brought up by Mary and Joseph.

4/03/2015 Saa 09:10:45
Muslims Predict Jesus Will Defeat ISIS, Beginning in 2015

Muslims Predict Jesus Will Defeat ISIS, Beginning in 2015

All right, it might not start until 2016, these things can be awfully hard to predict exactly. However, surprising as it may seem, one way or another the end of ISIS is in sight, and it’s all resting securely in the hands of Jesus, peace be upon him.

25/02/2015 Saa 08:40:10
Five things you didn't know about Jesus

Five things you didn’t know about Jesus

Science and archaeology offer insights into ancient artifacts that could be linked to Jesus Christ. "Finding Jesus: Fact. Faith. Forgery," premieres Sunday Night, March 1 at 9pm ET/PT on CNN.

20/02/2015 Saa 10:47:10
Pope decries beheading of Egyptian Christians in Libya

Pope decries beheading of Egyptian Christians in Libya

Pope Francis expressed deep sadness at the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians in Libya, departing from the script of an address on Monday to emphasise the unity of all Christians regardless of the denomination they follow.

17/02/2015 Saa 14:09:53
Following God:Stopping The Sin Cycle

Following God:Stopping The Sin Cycle

Sometimes we think that when we become Christians, either we will be perfect or we must be perfect, and when we are not, when we sin terribly against God, then there is nothing for us to do but spin deeper into our own sinfulness.

16/02/2015 Saa 18:28:26
Benedict Daswa Is The First African To Be Made Saint

Benedict Daswa Is The First African To Be Made Saint

Benedict Daswa, a Limpopo school principal who was stoned, beaten and burnt to death for his Catholic beliefs, is set to become the first African saint, the Sunday Times reported.

9/02/2015 Saa 09:46:37
Pope Francis' Letter to Bishops: No Place in Church for Sex Abusers

Pope Francis’ Letter to Bishops: No Place in Church for Sex Abusers

ROME, Italy - Pope Francis wrote to Catholic bishops around the world Thursday, ordering them to cooperate with investigations into sex abuse and telling them: "Families need to know that the Church is making every effort to protect their children."

5/02/2015 Saa 18:19:22
First woman Bishop: The issue continues to cause divisions among some anglicans

First woman Bishop: The issue continues to cause divisions among some anglicans

’Historic day’ for Church of England as its first female bishop is ordained in landmark ceremony at York Minster

26/01/2015 Saa 16:58:12
Pope Hints on Married Priests Trouble Vatican

Pope Hints on Married Priests Trouble Vatican

Pope Francis’s hints about a possible opening on the issue of married priests are sowing confusion in the Vatican and among Catholic reformists and conservatives alike.

21/09/2014 Saa 12:47:34

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